The Stony Brook Softball season is around the corner and the team is poised to exceed expectations. With three veteran senior leaders and several new additions to the roster, the Seawolves are determined to reclaim their first America East Championship since 2013.
Top-seeded Stony Brook Volleyball concluded its season in thrilling fashion, winning the America East Championship for the second consecutive season. The Seawolves defeated the No. 2-ranked Albany Great Danes in five sets and finished the conference season with a perfect 14-0 record.
Ahead of their semifinal matchup on Sunday, Oct. 25, first-place Stony Brook Women’s Soccer took home numerous honors as the America East Conference released regular season awards on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
After experiencing success through head coach Kristin Belzung’s mantra of “trusting the process,” the Seawolves will stick with the mindset that allowed them to win the America East Championship last season.
The Seawolves used an 11-2 run that spanned through the end of the first half and midway through the second half to launch themselves ahead of the Great Danes and went on to win their sixth straight America East Championship by a 22-14 final score at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.
The No. 1-seeded Stony Brook women’s lacrosse team started its run to the America East Championship in dominating fashion Friday night, dismantling No. 4-seeded New Hampshire 19-5 at Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium.